Facial Rejuvenation with PRP
PRP has been used in the field of aesthetic medical care to boost facial rejuvenation, volume, and glow, help heal from scars, as well as bolster and promote quicker healing after plastic surgery.
How PRP Helps Facial Procedures
Platelet-Rich Plasma injections works in three main areas. Topical – on the skin for blemishes and scars, a process similar to microneedling. Subcutaneous injections – to restore volume and collagen to the face (more commonly known as a “vampire facelift”). Facelift Surgery – PRP is applied to the undersurface of the skin and the edges of the wound allowing patients to knit and mend more quickly
PRP, also known as stem cell therapy, is an innovative, organic procedure that uses the body’s own plasma to support and stimulate natural healing, renewal, and cellular growth.
Human blood is composed of four main elements: plasma, red and white blood cells, and platelets. The platelets include proteins, known as growth factors, which are vital in mending wounds and injuries and supporting the formation of blood clots.
Benefits of PRP Treatment
The benefits of PRP treatment include: Reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, Enhancement of skin texture and tone, Tightening of skin and improvement in skin laxity, Improvement of crepey skin, Generation of new collagen fibers.
Common areas treated with PRP include: Wrinkles on the forehead, Fine lines around the eyes, Dark circles under the eyes, Acne, Crepey skin, Nasal labial folds.
Topical and injectable PRP treatments involve minimal to no downtime. Most patients will see an immediate improvement in texture and tone that will last up to three months. When combined with plastic surgery, PRP will promote faster healing of scar tissue.